In Part 1, we explored the small isle that contained Nuketown, toured the Estate from Call of Duty : Modern Warfare 2® and more in our first part of our Isolated tour in Call of Duty: Mobile.
Now as we continue heading east, prepare to see some more familiar locales from and new locations to the Call of Duty universe.
Our tour picks back up with a Call of Duty®: Black Ops 2 Multiplayer map that lives on as part of Isolated’s Northwest area:
Since its debut in Black Ops 2, Standoff has made appearances as a medium sized Multiplayer map with a variety of engagement opportunities.
On Isolated, Standoff is back in its original form and is ready to welcome potential snipers who decide to set up shop in one of its multi-story buildings.
Those who decide to be Ninjas could Grapple Gun up to a large hole in Standoff’s main tower, which offers a prime overwatch position and could be littered with some loot. Those who are not using that class should lookout for anyone potentially camping here, or on top of the other buildings.
One of the northern-most main areas on Isolated is a large Nuclear Plant, complete with a few massive cooling towers that can be explored… and even dropped into from above!
These cooling towers do have loot to pick up, but it may be great to also explore the warehouses and other buildings on the complex. Who knows? One of those warehouses could have a valuable stash with high-level weapons or gear!
The area’s points of interest also go far beyond man-made structures. One of the tallest hills on the map sits just south of the Nuclear Plant, and to the north across a bridge is another small island that has a few houses and other potential loot locations.
South of the Nuclear Plant and East of Standoff is the Bus Station, which Zombies aficionados is from the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 TranZit experience.
At the time, TranZit had the title of the largest Zombies map to ever appear in a Call of Duty game and is still one of the biggest to this day. This Bus Station is the starting area in TranZit’s Green Run game mode or, as a standalone Survival map, is a small and tough challenge that players can test their skills on.
Here on Isolated, the Bus Station might contain Zombies and the Mystery Box during a match, so be on guard when making a stop here to refuel on items.
Whether you face the undead here or not, consider trekking outside the familiar area of the Bus Station and into other buildings or the new bus parking lot. There could be loot, including a few stashes, lying about that may help in breaking up any gridlock in the lobby.
Why not continue down the TranZit path and head on over to Farm? North of Pipeline and Estate and South of Standoff is another stop from that Zombies experience that players visited to get some Double Tap Root Beer and survive against the undead.
While the taps have run dry on Isolated, the Farm could still have the Mystery Box and zombies, as well as the deadly Cerberus….
This massive creature is an undead hulking monstrosity that shoots fireballs and rushes at any soldier who dares to challenge it in the Farm’s cornfield to the northeast.
Taking down this beast could be a Herculean task; its health pool is massive enough to require either plenty of solo firepower or a full squad to put it to rest, and it is very likely that other players might be lurking about to ambush those who face the cerberus.
However, the rewards for defeating the cerberus can be great; should your team conquer the beast, it rewards plenty of incredible high-level loot that could put you on the fast track to victory.
Prepare for takeoff at the central-most area of Isolated, because this is where the expanded version of classic Multiplayer map Launch is located.
Today on Isolated, the map’s original cosmodrome and launch pad are within a complex of several other buildings that can be explored.
An obvious place to have a makeshift watchtower is at the very top of the launch tower. It is definitely a trek to the top, but along the way could be some loot that might be helpful when providing overwatch.
Speaking of loot, it can appear all over this high-tech base, both in the areas that longtime fans will remember and the brand-new buildings. There are even some stashes that can appear right near the actual launch site, so take some time to look around before you blast off away from the collapse.
A Call of Duty 4®: Modern Warfare Multiplayer map that also makes an appearance in Call of Duty: Mobile’s Multiplayer mode, the Crash area on Isolated features its signature crashed helicopter and other buildings from the war-torn settlement.
Although the helicopter here is beyond repair, there are a few working helicopters around Isolated that offer reasonably fast movement across the map.
Still, whether you fly over to here, cross into this area, or drop in from above, Crash can be a high traffic area with plenty of loot to find inside both the ruined and unscathed buildings.
Snipers might want to head up to Crash’s tallest building, which was a popular spot back in the day as veterans may know. The roof of this structure provides an overlook of the town through chain link fences, which can be peered through to see enemies down below.
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